Thought I would share with you some headshots that I took for Lucy Rumming of Willows Insurance. As is often the case in this word of social media, Lucy wanted classic headshots for a professional image, as well as more casual ones that could front a social media campaign, or be used in a magazine. We started indoors, removing pictures on walls, or rearranging children’s toys, where ever needed, and then ventured out into the winter sunshine to get a completely different variety of images.

Do get in touch if you would like some headshots, or even a more personal branding session where I will photograph you at work, flower/coffee shops, teaching pilates etc – whatever suits your business, whatever you want. I will always listen to what you want! And ensure you get all the images you need and would like. I travel and work throughout Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex and London.

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Delighted to find that one of my images has been shortlisted for the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2018. This is THE best, international food photo competition with some 8,000 entries, and I am now down to the last 600 – some way to go still, but exciting all the same! I can’t share my image, as otherwise I will be disqualified which would be something of a shame. So… below is Baked Figs – which I came second in the M&S portraiture category last year. And Cricketer’s Apple which I won the Pink Lady Apple section with in 2015. This is my fifth year of being shortlisted, and I have a First, Second & Third position achieved so far. Fingers crossed for 2018!

 

 

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Had such a wonderful time with these lovely sisters. And the great thing about my job, is that whatever the time of year, there is always something interesting/gorgeous in nature going on. This was early summer and we were spoilt¬† for choice with so many gorgeous fields in the area… just had to ok it with the local farmer first. Rather nicely, not only was the farmer ok with it, he came out of his way to see what we were up to, and to chat about the beautiful land around.

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